First Christian Academy
Kernersville, NC 27284
About This School
In 2010, First Christian Academy had 9 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The North Carolina average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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First Christian Academy Reviews
My child has been attending FCA for the last 6 years. And yes have been many changes but for the best interest of the students. We are in hard economic times and the school is not immune to the hardships. The school is one that despite what anyone criticizes is staying it's course. And step by step whether big or small is achieving it's goals towards its mission to providing a quality education at an affordable price. DESPITE IT HARDSHIPS! THE CHANGES HAVE BEEN DECISIVE BUT MEASURABLY EFFECTIVE FOR THE SCHOOL!
My child has attended K-1, 3-7 and is still enrolled. My other child has attended K-1 and is also reenrolled. I have watched this school from beginning till now. There have been alot of changes good/bad and great. The school has excellent teachers and staff. There are great changes coming. This school cares about each student.
Be careful about working at this school or sending your child there, there are a lot of teachers being let go so beware they willl stab you in the back in a heartbeat!A lot of parents are pulling their children out of this school because of the administration.They are making up excuses to get rid of some of their teachers and some of the teachers are leaving on their own free will because they know what is going on there and know it isnt right.
I believe that this school needs to change some of its policies. I hated having to send my child there.
FCA was the best thing we ever did for our son. I was concerned about the middle schools in our area and his academic growth. This scholl has taken my son from an average student to a Beta club member. This is the place for him and we are so thankful and are excited about the upcoming year. The teachers are excellent I can not say enough great things about FCA.